Just for the hell of it, here is the current inventory of Intertubes technology here at Castle Frostbite.
Wife’s computer: AMD Phenom x4 quad-core beastie, put together by your correspondent from a barebones kit. 1TB HD, Geforce 9800 graphics for EXTREME WARCRAFTING. Runs Windows 7.
My computer: Apple Mac mini (late 2009), upgraded to 4GB RAM and a 320GB 7200rpm HD. Runs Mac OS X Snow Leopard.
Office computer (wife): Gateway Core 2 Duo workhorse. 3GB RAM, 750GB HD. Runs Windows 7.
Office computer (mine): Zotac ION nettop box, put together by your correspondent and etc. 2GB RAM, 320GB HD. Runs Ubuntu 10.11.
Travel computer: Asus Eee 1001PX netbook. 1GB RAM, 250GB HD. Runs Ubuntu 10.04. Came with Windows 7 Starter, but runs much better with Ubuntu.
Kid computer: Dell Inspiron 1200 laptop. 256MB RAM, runs Windows XP, perfectly sufficient for Reader Rabbit and iSpy.
Miscellaneous internet-capable tech: one iPhone 4S, one iPhone 4, one iPad, one iPod touch.
In the attic: one eMac G4 running OS9 and OS X Tiger, one Pentium 4-based PC running Windows XP, two large plastic storage tubs full of assorted peripherals, cables, connectors, drives, and other computer-related flotsam.
I swear, if I dragged all our tech out for a yard sale, our driveway would look like a Radio Shack collided with a Best Buy.